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Today in the kitchen we had Chef Debbie of Yokohama in Greenwood. She treated the kitchen with many of their off the menu items and plenty of tasty sushi!

Today Chef Debbie prepared  a “Sushi Sundae” and the “Sushi Sandwich”.

Yokohama prides itself on not only producing great “rolls” but creating unique and amazing sushi dishes that have become increasingly in demand. 

Almost everyone is familiar with Sushi after so many years here in the U.S. but many people still associate it with “Raw Fish”.   Many many items that are sushi are cooked or have cooked elements. 

They were very blessed to remain open through just take out during the initial phases of the pandemic.  

Yokohama remained busy because they were able to make sushi an on the go dish. Chef Debbie believes artistry and culinary creativity are a major part of the sushi industry and always should be.

About Yokohama:

Yokohama has been owned and under the direction of Debbie for 10 years now.  

They actually own the Red House next door now so parking is available there as well. 

They have had almost exclusively with few exceptions, female sushi chefs. 

Debbie gives a beginner sushi classes by appointment only.

Class size is limited and is $40.00 a person to learn to make 3 rolls. 

Much of our seafood is processed on site.

To find more information visit,

Facebook: Yokohama Japanese Cuisine and Sushi

Instagram:  Yokohama.Greenwood 


If you are on TikTok, you already know how addicting it is and that you can’t stop watching those dance videos!  Incredibly, it can be a great place to find life hacks for many parts of your life. Sherri French, lifestyle and parenting expert, joined us today to show you kitchen hacks to make your life easier and to blow your mind at the same time!

Straining Pasta

When you strain your pasta, do you pour it from the pan and into the strainer?  You have been doing it all wrong!  Place the strainer on top of the boiled pasta and pour the water out. The pasta remains in the pot and stays warm!

Juice a Lemon

When juicing a lemon, do you cut it in half and then squeeze the juice out, sometimes getting seeds in what you are cooking? Use a fork to pierce the end of a lemon, push a chopstick down the hole to widen it and squeeze away, seed free!

Cut Cherry Tomatoes     

Are you cutting your cherry tomatoes by hand, one by one? Place the cherry tomatoes on a plate, cover them with another plate and then use a sharp knife to cut between the two plates to slice the tomatoes in half.

Aluminum Foil and Plastic Wrap

Does the roll of foil or plastic wrap always come out of the box and not rip evenly?  Push the tabs on the sides of the box into the roll and your foil will remain stable.

Soften Butter Fast

Do you need the butter for a recipe to soften fast?  Don’t put it in the microwave like I do!  Pour boiling water into a glass, pour it out and flip the glass upside down on your butter.  In just a few minutes it will be softened.

Cereal and Cracker Boxes In Your Pantry

Are you unable to close your cereal or cracker box after you open?  Fold the two side tabs into the box.  Fold one flap into the box and then bend the two sides.  Fold the last flap into the box and then your box is closed!

To find all of these ‘hints’ head over to Sherri’s Instagram, @momhint.